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Provost, Federal College of Animal Health and Production Technology, Ibadan Oyo state Dr. Adeoya Owosibo during a chat recently

Dr Owosibo charges students to be security conscious, shun violence and obey all school laws.
From: Kelvin Ubaka
Tue, 28 Sep 2021   ||   Nigeria, Oyo state

Tuesday 28 September,2021: The Provost of the Federal College of Animal Health and Production Technology, Ibadan Oyo state Dr Adekoya Owosibo has advised students of the institution to be security conscious, portray good morals, shun violence and obey all guiding school laws.

He made the declaration at the just concluded meeting between the provost,Heads of Department,Staff and the students of the institution to mark the end of the orientation exercise for freshers and existing college student.

Adekoya advised newly admitted wards to be of good conduct and to channel their suggestions and complains to the appropriate authorities reminding them to always be good representatives of the institution .

He added that students should exhibit their God giving talents and participate in sporting activities warning them that the school operates a zero tolerance policy to cultism and bad affiliations

Other senior staffs who were present in the meeting included Registrar Revd. Babatope James ,heads of admission office,director of Medical services,Head libarian,Dean of student affairs,Heads of Department amongst many others

In the same vein The Registrar of the institution Revd. Babatope James also implored students to be focused on their goals and not misuse the opportunity of being admitted noting that the institution has provided a good learning environment and apparatus for them to achieve their goals.

A representative of the students and President of the Student Union Government Comrade Yusuf Bamidele who spoke on behalf of the student used the opportunity to thank the management for the existing cordial relation between the union and the management and promised that the union will ensure that it sets all new student on the right part to excel.



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